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    Vinesh Phogat to be recommended for Khel Ratna by WFI
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    Vinesh Phogat to be recommended for Khel Ratna by WFI

    Ace wrestler Vinesh Phogat is set to be recommended by the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) for India's highest ...

    IOA thanks members for contributing to PM-CARES
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    IOA thanks members for contributing to PM-CARES

    The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Wednesday thanked its members for contributing to the PM-CARES fund to help the country combat coronavirus.

    Combating COVID-19: WFI donates Rs 11 lakh to PM-CARES Fund
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    Combating COVID-19: WFI donates Rs 11 lakh to PM-CARES Fund

    The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh on Monday announced to donate Rs 11 lakh to PM-CARES fund on behalf of the federation.

    Pak, Chinese wrestlers to take part in Asian C'ships: WFI secy
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    Pak, Chinese wrestlers to take part in Asian C'ships: WFI secy

    Wrestlers from Pakistan and China will be allowed to participate in the forthcoming Asian Championships scheduled to be held between February 18 and 23 in the national capital, the foreign ministry has given its assurance to Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) President Brij Bushan.

    Bentinidis to continue as Bajrang's coach until 2020 Olympics
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    Bentinidis to continue as Bajrang's coach until 2020 Olympics

    Georgian Shako Bentinidis will continue as ace wrestler Bajrang Punia's coach until the end of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. While Bentinidis was earlier signed to JSW Sports as a personal trainer to Bajrang, he will now be contracted to the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI).

    Suspended for absence without notice, Sakshi cites Rakhi festival
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    Suspended for absence without notice, Sakshi cites Rakhi festival

    Olympic medallist Sakshi Malik has been reinstated to the national camp at the SAI Centre in Lucknow after she replied to the show cause notice issued by the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) for leaving the camp without permission. Sakshi (62kg), Seema Bisla (50kg) and Kiran (76kg), all of whom have qualified for the upcoming World Wrestling Championships, were three of the 25 wrestlers who were suspended from the national camp by the WFI for the same reason.

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